Live Stream: Community Colleges: America’s Best Kept Secret Is Out -- Now What?, with Jill Biden & discussants, Thursday, 11/17, 7pm

Please join us for the live stream of the keynote presentation by Dr. Jill Biden, Second Lady of the United States, and panel discussion among leaders in the field, as Teachers College celebrates, with President Susan Fuhrman and Professor Thomas Bailey, the impact and influence of Community College Research Center at a 20th anniversary event on Thursday, November 17, 2016, at 7pm, in the Joyce Cowin Center.

"From day one, the Obama-Biden Administration has valued community colleges as a catalyst for economic development and a cornerstone of upward mobility for all Americans. For the last seven years, Dr. Jill Biden, who continues to teach full-time as a community college professor, has used her unique role to lift up community colleges: America’s best kept secret. She will discuss why President Obama’s America’s College Promise and programs such as apprenticeships, dual enrollment, and articulation are not only the right thing to do for our students, but the smart thing to do for the future competitiveness of our country."
-- Event Description

The panel discussion, The Future of Community College features Johanna Duncan-Poitier, Senior Vice Chancellor for Community Colleges and the Education Pipeline, The State University of New York (SUNY); Michael S. McPherson, President, Spencer Foundation, Cochair, Commission on the Future of Undergraduate Education, American Academy of Arts & Sciences; James B. Milliken, Chancellor, The City University of New York (CUNY); and moderator, Thomas Bailey, Director, Community College Research Center (CCRC), George & Abby O’Neill Professor of Economics and Education, Teachers College, Columbia University.

This event is hosted by the Community College College Research Center, the leading independent authority on two year colleges in the United States. Celebrating its 20th anniversary, CCRC conducts research that illuminates how community colleges function, how they are experienced by students, and how new strategies and innovations may serve to improve student learning and outcomes. CCRC’s work has helped shape the efforts of colleges and states as they strive to improve college and career success for all students.

To rsvp to the live stream of the 20th anniversary event please click here.

Where: 306 Russell

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